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(????) Spoken word recording: "Everyman" (as "Everyman")

(????) Spoken word recording: "Aesop's Fables" (as "Aesop")

(1996) Radio commercials: Carnation Hot Cocoa

(1996) TV commercial: Mercy Health Centers

(1991) TV commercial: Sargento Cheese of Wisconsin

(1988-90) TV commercials: Florida Orange Juice

(1986) TV commercial: Drixoral

(1985) TV commercial: US Cheese Board

"Puff the Magic Dragon" (17/11/1979), as Narrator

(????) Radio: Appeared in a broadcast of "Hamlet".

(1961) Stage: Directed "A Thurber Carnival" on Broadway. NOTE: He won a Tony Award for Best Director.

(????) Music video: Appeared in Kenny G's "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" video.

(1950s/60s) Spoken word recording: "Songs and Stories of the Gold Rush".

(1991) Spoken word recording: Narrator for "Don Oiche Ud I mBeithil" ("That Night in Bethlehem") on the Christmas record "The Bells of Dublin" by The Chieftains, a traditional Irish music band. The English translation of the traditional Irish Christmas carol is by Sean MacReamoinn.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Peter" / "Ensemble") in "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 21 Apr 1930-May 1930 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "Capulet"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Escalus, prince of Verona"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo"), Donald Cameron (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), Amy Chandler (as "Page to Capulet"), Sayre Crawley (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Howard Da Silva (as "Apothecary"), Mooney Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Florida Friebus (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Giuliano (as "Ensemble"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet"), Lee Hillery (as "Abraham, servant to Montague" / "Ensemble"), Henry Howard (as "Watchman" / "Ensemble"), Vernon Jones (as "Page to Mercutio"), David Kerman (as "Watchman"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "An Old Man of the Capulet family" / "Friar John, a Franciscan"), Alma Kruger (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Marc Lawrence (as "Watchman"; Broadway debut), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), Robert Lewis (as "Gregory, servant to Capulet" / "Watchman"), Merle Maddern (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Arnold Moss (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), Harold Moulton (as "Montague"), Renee Orsell (as "Ensemble"), Leona Roberts (as "Nurse to Juliet"), Robert F. Ross (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), May Sarton (as "Ensemble"), Estelle Scheer (as "Ensemble"), Blake Scott (as "Paris, a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince"), Herbert Shapiro (as "Sampson, Servant to Capulet"), Irene Sharaff (as "Ensemble"), William Steinhorn (as "Ensemble"), David Turk (as "Chief Officer of the Town"), Gordon Wallace (as "Page to Paris" / "Ensemble"), Mary Ward (as "Lady Montague, wife to Montague"), Ruth Wilton (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Grain") in "The Green Cockatoo" on Broadway (revival/repertory production; performed in rotation with "Romeo and Juliet," "The Cradle Song" and "The Lady from Alfaqueque"). Written by Arthur Schnitzler. Civic Repertory: 6 Oct 1930-unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "Emile, Duke de Cadignan"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Henri"), Egon Brecher (as "Prospere" / "Host of the Green Cockatoo"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Grasset"), Donald Cameron (as "Rollin"), Sayre Crawley (as "Guillaume"), Howard Da Silva (as "Scaevola"), Beatrice De Neergaard (as "Leocadie"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Lebret"), David Kerman (as "Jules"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Sergeant"), Paul Leyssac (as "Marquis de Lansac"), Ria Mooney (as "Michette"), Arnold Moss (as "Etienne"), Harold Moulton (as "Francois/Vicomte de Nogeant"), Estelle Scheer, Herbert Shapiro, Sala Staw, Gordon Wallace (as "Albin/Chevalier de la Tremouille"). Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc. NOTE: Play originally performed on Broadway in 1910.

(1930) Stage: Appeared (as "Peter" / "Ensemble") in "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 6 Oct 1930-Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "Capulet"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Escalus, prince of Verona"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Mercutio, kinsman to the prince and friend to Romeo"), Donald Cameron (as "Romeo, son of Montague"), Amy Chandler (as "Page to Capulet"), Sayre Crawley (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Howard Da Silva (as "Apothecary"), Mooney Diamond (as "Ensemble"), Florida Friebus (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Giuliano (as "Ensemble"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Tybalt, nephew to Lady Capulet"), Lee Hillery (as "Abraham, servant to Montague/Ensemble"), Henry Howard (as "Watchman" / "Ensemble"), Vernon Jones (as "Page to Mercutio"), David Kerman (as "Watchman"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "An Old Man of the Capulet family" / "Friar John, a Franciscan"), Alma Kruger (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Marc Lawrence (as "Watchman"; Broadway debut), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Juliet, daughter to Capulet"), Robert Lewis (as "Gregory, servant to Capulet" / "Watchman"), Merle Maddern (as "Lady Capulet, wife to Capulet"), Arnold Moss (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), Harold Moulton (as "Montague"), Renee Orsell (as "Ensemble"), Leona Roberts (as "Nurse to Juliet"), Robert F. Ross (as "Benvolio, nephew to Montague and friend to Romeo"), May Sarton (as "Ensemble"), Estelle Scheer (as "Ensemble"), Blake Scott (as "Paris, a young nobleman, kinsman to the prince"), Herbert Shapiro (as "Sampson, Servant to Capulet"), Irene Sharaff (as "Ensemble"), William Steinhorn (as "Ensemble"), David Turk (as "Chief Officer of the Town"), Gordon Wallace (as "Page to Paris" / "Ensemble"), Mary Ward (as "Lady Montague, wife to Montague"), Ruth Wilton (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1930). Stage Play: Siegfried. Drama. Written by Philip Carr, from the French of Jean Giraudoux. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 20 Oct 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/44 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "General von Waldorf"), Jacob Ben-Ami (as "Siegfried"), Egon Brecher (as "Baron Von Zelten"), J. Edward Bromberg (as "Pietri"), Donald Cameron, Howard Da Silva (as "Mr. Patchkoffer/Schumann"), Sean Dillon, Robert H. Gordon, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Keller"), Edith Lane, Eva Le Gallienne (as "Genevieve"), Paul Leyssac, Agnes McCarthy, Burgess Meredith (as "Kratz, Orderly"), Arnold Moss, Harold Moulton, Margaret Mower (as "Eva"), Robert Ross, Herbert Shapiro. Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1931). Stage Play: People on the Hill. Drama.

(1932). Stage Play: Liliom (Revival). Written by Ferenc Molnár. Book adapted by Benjamin Glazer. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 26 Oct 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/35 performances). Cast: Walter Beck (as "Ficzur, The Sparrow"), Donald Cameron (as "The Carpenter"), Sayre Crawley (as "The Magistrate"), Howard Da Silva (as "Wolf Beifeld"), Beatrice De Neergaard (as "Marie"), Charles Ellis, Florida Friebus (as "Louise"), Robert H. Gordon (as "Captain"), Landon Herrick (as "The Old Guard"), Joseph A. Kramm (as "Suburban Policeman"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Julie"), Paul Leyssac (as "The Richly Dressed Man"), Margaret Love (as "Servant Girl"), Burgess Meredith (as "Young Hollunder"), Harold Moulton (as "The Doctor"), Leona Roberts (as "Mother Hollunder"), Robert F. Ross (as "The Poorly Dressed Man"), Joseph Schildkraut (as "Liliom"), Tonio Selwart, Beatrice Terry (as "Mrs. Muskat"), David Turk (as "First Mounted Policeman"), Nelson Welch. Produced by Civic Repertory Theatre Inc.

(1932) Stage: Appeared (as "Duck" / "Doormouse" / "Twedledee") in "Alice in Wonderland" on Broadway. Musical fantasy. Written by Eva Le Gallienne (also director, in cast as "White Queen") and Florida Friebus. Based on "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. Civic Repertory Theatre: 12 Dec 1932-Dec 1933 (closing date unknown/127 performances). Cast: Walter Beck, Whit Bissell (as "Seven of Spades"), Donald Cameron, Sayre Crawley, Howard Da Silva (as "Cook" / "White Knight"), Charles Ellis, Adelaide Finch, Florida Friebus (as "Cheshire Cat" / "Beetle Voice"), Robert H. Gordon, Landon Herrick, Josephine Hutchinson, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Dodo"), Margaret Love, David Marks, Agnes McCarthy, Harold Moulton, William S. Phillips, Leona Roberts, Robert F. Ross, Mary Sarton, Lester Scharff, Joseph Schildkraut, Tonio Selwart, Arthur Swenson, David Turk, Richard Waring, Nelson Welch, Ruth Wilton. Produced by Civic Repertory Company.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Crook-Finger Jack") in "Threepenny Opera" on Broadway. Musical/operetta. Original German libretto by Bertolt Brecht. Adapted into English by Gifford Cochran and Jerrold Krimsky. Based on the German "Die Dreigroschenoper" by Elisabeth Hauptmann and Bertolt Brecht. Based on the "The Beggar's Opera" by John Gay. Music by / Music Orchestrated by Kurt Weill. Musical Direction by Macklin Marrow. Directed by 'Francesco Von Mendelssohn'. Empire Theatre: 13 Apr 1933-22 Apr 1933 (12 performances). Cast: Gus Alexander, Corine Anderson, Lillian Ardell, Harry Bellaver (as "Walt Dreary, of Macheath's gang"), Richard Bengali, Evelyn Beresford, Anthony Blair, Arthur Brady, Lotta Burnell, Jack Carstairs, Robert Chisholm, John Connolly, Jean De Koven, Marjorie Dille, H.L. Donsu, Steffi Duna, Rex Evans, Louis Halperin, Gerald Hamer, James Clarence Harvey, Mary Heberden, George Heller, Harry Hornick, Josephine Huston, Harold Imber, Francis Kennelly, Hilda Kosta, Larry Larkin, Ellen Love, Geraldine Lunby, Tom Morgan, Thomas Murphy, Lillian Okun, Eugene Reed, Herbert Rudley, Ruth Thomas, Clyde Turner, Morton Ulman, Rex Weber, Barbara Winchester. Produced by John Krimsky and Gifford Cochran.

(1933). Stage Play: Little Ol' Boy. Drama. Written by Albert Bein. Directed by Joseph Losey. Playhouse Theatre: 24 Apr 1933- May 1933 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Lew Amster, Warren Bryan, John Drew Colt (as "Roy Wells"), Edward Craven, Leo Curley (as "Mr. Leach"), Henry De Koven, Muni Diamond, Randolph Echols, Tom Fadden, Jimmy Fallon, Alex Ferency, Thomas Fischer, Otto Frederick, Saul Gellis, Ara Gerald, Harold Grau (as "Carrol"), Jack Howard, Garson Kanin (as "Tommy Deal"), Fred Kaufman, Josef Lazarovici, Roy Le May, George Leland, William H. Lynn (as "Mr. Sanger"), Joseph McGarrity, Burgess Meredith (as "Red Barry"), Coleman Norton, Edwin Philips, Charles Powers, Richard Segal, Lionel Stander (as "Chock"), Frank M. Thomas, Jr., Boris Vodeski, Crane Whitley (as "Monitor") [credited as Clem WIlenchick], Joe Zito (as "Boy"). Produced by Henry Hammond Inc.

(1933) Stage: Appeared (as "Buzz Jones") in "She Loves Me Not" on Broadway. Comedy. Written / directed by Howard Lindsay. Based on a novel by Edward Hope. 46th Street Theatre: 20 Nov 1933-Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/360 performances). Cast: Allan Allen, Andy Anderson, John Beal, Harry Bellaver (as "Mugg Schnitzel"), Robert Bentzen, Frances Brandt, Charles O. Brown, Jane Buchanan, Helen Buck, Jack Byrne, Delancey Cleveland, Jerome Daley, John T. Dwyer, Edward M. Favor, Harold P. Flick, John M. Kline, Ralph J. Locke (as "J.B."), Caroline Morrison, Philip Ober (as "Henry Broughton"), Maude Odell, Randall O'Neill, Florence Rice, Frederic Voight, Polly Walters, Nelson West, Gerrie Worthing. Produced by Dwight Wiman and Tom Weatherly.

(1934). Stage Play: Hipper's Holiday. Comedy.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Seaman Jones") in "Battleship Gertie" on Broadway. Farce. Written by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Directed by Arthur Sircom. Lyceum Theatre: 18 Jan 1935-Jan 1935 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Walter Baldwin (as "Sen. Blowney"), Frederick Banker, Oliver Barbour, Moana Chu, Boyd Crawford, William Culloo, Harry Davenport (as "Sen. Heffermeister"), Gladys Griswold, Joseph P. Harris, Frank Jaquet, George Lessey (as "Sen. Gale"), Helen Lynd, Horace McMahon (as "Marine Sgt. Grogan"), Claude McNair, Lora Rogers, Richard Taber, George R. Taylor, Richard Toms, Philip Truex (as "Price"), Philip Wood, Ernest Woodward, Barry O'Moore (as "Adm. Spenks"). Produced by Courtney Burr.

(1935). Stage Play: The Barretts of Wimpole Street. Comedy (revival). Written by Rudolph Besier. Scenic Design and costumes by 'Jo Mielziner' (qv. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 25 Feb 1935- Mar 1935 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Brian Aherne (as "Robert Browning"), Gilmore Bush, Joyce Carey, Robert Champlain, Katharine Cornell (as "Elizabeth Barrett Moulton-Barrett"), John Emery (as "Captain Surtees Cook"), Reynolds Evans (as "Doctor Ford-Waterlow"), Flush, Brenda Forbes (as "Wilson"), Margalo Gillmore (as "Henrietta Moulton-Barrett"), John Gordon-Gage, John Hoyt (as "Henry Bevan") [credited as John Hoysradt], Burgess Meredith (as "Octavius Moulton-Barrett"), Irving Morrow, Moroni Olsen (as "Doctor Chambers"), Margot Stevenson (as "Bella Hedley"), David Vivian, Charles Waldron (as "Edward Moulton-Barrett"). Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1935). Stage Play: Flowers of the Forest. Drama. Written by John Van Druten. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Auriol Lee. Martin Beck Theatre: 8 Apr 1935- May 1935 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Alice Belmore Cliffe, Leslie Bingham, Arthur Chatterdon, Katharine Cornell (as "Naomi Jacklin"), John Emery (as "Thomas Lindsay"), Brenda Forbes, Margalo Gillmore (as "Mercia Huntbach"), Moffat Johnston (as "Lewis Jacklin"), Burgess Meredith (as "Leonard Dobie"), Charles Waldron (as "Reverend Percy Huntbach"), Hugh Williams. Replacement actor: Tyrone Power (as "Leonard Dobie") [replaced Burgess Meredith]. Produced by Katharine Cornell.

(1935) Stage: Appeared (as "Mio") in "Winterset" on Broadway. Tragedy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed / produced by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 25 Sep 1935-Mar 1936 (closing date unknown/195 performances). Cast: Richard Bennett, Abner Biberman (as "Radical"), Anthony Blair, Eduardo Ciannelli (as "Trock"), Fernanda Eliscu (as "Piny"), Stanley Gould, Ruth Hammond, Theodore Hecht, Walter Holbrook (as "Young Man"), Harold Johnsrud (as "Shadow"), Eva Langbord (as "1st Girl"), Margo (as "Miriamne"; Broadway debut), Harold Martin, John Philliber (as "Hobo"), Billy Quinn, Morton Stevens (as "Lucio"), St. John Terrell, Anatol Winogradoff (as "Esdras").

(1937). Stage Play: High Tor. Fantasy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Production designed by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Jan 1937- Jun 1937 (closing date unknown/171 performances). Cast: Peggy Ashcroft, Burgess Meredith (as "Van van Dorn"), Will Archie (as "Second Sailor") [final Broadway role], Charles D. Brown, William Casamo, John Drew Colt (as "Buddy"), Hume Cronyn (as "Elkus"), Charles Forrester, Leslie Gorall, Harold Grau (as "Third Sailor"), Jackson Halliday, Harry Irvine, John M. Kline, Mab Maynard, Byron McGrath, Harold Moffet, John Philliber, Thomas W. Ross. Produced by Guthrie McClintic.

(1937) Stage: Appeared (as "Stephen Minch") in "The Star-Wagon" on Broadway. Drama/fantasy. Written by Maxwell Anderson. Musical Director: Albert Pearl. Directed / produced by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 29 Sep 1937-Apr 1938 (closing date unknown/223 performances). Cast: Lillian Gish (as "Martha Minch"), 'Evelyn Abbott, Alan Anderson, Whit Bissell (as "Park"), Jane Buchanan, Russell Collins (as "Hanus Wicks"), Charles Forrester, Howard Freeman, William Garner, Barry Kelley, Mildred Natwick (as "Mrs. Rutledge"), Edmond O'Brien (as "Paul Reiger"), John Philliber, Edith Smith, Kent Smith (as "Duffy"), Muriel Starr, J. Arthur Young.

(1940) Stage: Appeared (as "Liliom") in "Liliom" on Broadway (revival). Written by Ferenc Molnár. Material adapted by Benjamin Glazer. Incidental music by Deems Taylor. Musical Director: Max Weiser. Directed by Benno Schneider. 44th Street Theatre: 25 Mar 1940-11 May 1940 (56 performances). Cast included: Ajax, Jane Amar, Kenneth Bates, Ingrid Bergman (as "Julie"), Lee Berkman, Chet Bree, John Cushman, Haldor deBecker, Francis De Sales, Constance Dowling, Gail Drexel, Florence Earle, John Emery, Howard Freeman, Edwin George, Mary Gildia, Gigi Gilpin, R. Henry Handon, Patricia Harris, Joyce Haywood, Marilyn Jolie, Elia Kazan, Arnold Korff (as "The Magistrate"), Joseph Kramm, Joseph Macauley, Richard Mackay, Ann Mason, Evelyn Moser, Eileen Murphy, Beatrice Pearson, Gibbs Penrose, Elaine Perry, Eleanor Prentiss, William Robertson, Peggy Romano, James Russo, Helen Shields, Joan Tetzel, Richard Vimtour. Frank Vincent, Sonny Wright, Margaret Wycherly (as "Mother Hollunder"). Produced by Vinton Freedley.

Candida (1942). Comedy (revival).

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Christy Mahon") in "The Playboy of the Western World" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by John Millington Synge. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Booth Theatre: 26 Oct 1946-4 Jan 1947 (81 performances). Cast: Paul Anderson, Mary Diveny, Eithne Dunne, Julie Harris (as "Nelly"), Robin Humphrey, Fred Johnson, Sheila Keddy, J.M. Kerrigan (as "Michael James Flaherty"), Dennis King Jr., Barry Macollum, Mildred Natwick (as "Widow Quin"), J.C. Nugent, James O'Neill, Ford Rainey (as "Townsperson"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Sara Tansey"), Mary Lou Taylor, Mary Walker. Produced by Theatre Incorporated (Richard Aldrich, Managing Director).

(1946). Stage Play: Happy as Larry.

(1950) Stage: Directed "Season in the Sun" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Wolcott Gibbs. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Natalie Barth Walker. Cort Theatre (moved to The Booth Theatre from 14 May 1951 to close): 28 Sep 1950-11 Aug 1951 (367 performances). Cast: Nancy Kelly (as "Emily Crane"), Richard Whorf (as "George Crane"), King Calder (as "John Colgate"), Kathy Chapman [Broadway debut], Joan Diener, Maggie Gould, George Ives, Doreen Lang, Paula Laurence, Stanley Martin, Eddie Mayehoff (as "Paul Anderson"), Anthony Ross, Eugene Steiner, Charles Thompson, Grace Valentine (as "Mae Jermyn"), Jack Weston (as "Michael Lindsey"). Produced by Courtney Burr and Malcolm Pearson.

(1951). Stage Play: The Little Blue Light.

(1951) Stage: Appeared in "The Fourposter" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Jan de Hartog. Scenic Design by Syrjala. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Assistant to Mr. Syrjala: Regina McKeever and Gage Spencer. Directed by José Ferrer. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The John Golden Theatre from 1 Dec 1952 to close): 24 Oct 1951-2 May 1953 (632 performances). Cast: Hume Cronyn (as "Michael"), Jessica Tandy (as "Agnes"). Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization. Theatre Operated by the Barrymore Theatre Corporation.

(1951). Stage Play: Lo and Behold! Comedy.

(1953). Stage Play: The Teahouse of the August Moon. Comedy.

(1953). Stage Play: The Frogs of Spring. Comedy. Written by Nathaniel Benchley. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Alvin Colt. Broadhurst Theatre: 21 Oct 1953- 31 Oct 1953 (15 performances). Cast: Barbara Baxley (as "Virginia Belden"), Malcolm Brodrick (as "John Allen"), Mary Grace Canfield (as "Alice Kemp"), Kevin Coughlin (as "Danny Shaw"), Fred Gwynne (as "Luther Raubel"), Kenneth Kakos (as "Chris Allen"), Jerome Kilty (as "Asa McK. Gelwicks"), Billy Quinn (as "Bobby Belden"), Anthony Ross (as "James Allen"), Hiram Sherman (as "Charles Belden"), Haila Stoddard (as "Kay Allen"), Roland Wood (as "Dr. Lindquist"). Produced by Lyn Austin and Thomas Noyes. Produced in association with Robert B. Radnitz and Robert Sagalyn.

(1953). Stage Play: The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker. Comedy. Written by Liam O'Brien. Music by Jack Kelly's Ensemble. Directed by Alan Schneider. Coronet Theatre: 30 Dec 1953- 10 Jul 1954 (221 performances). Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens. A Production by The Producers Theatre.

(1956) Stage: Appeared (as "Adolphus Cusins") in "Major Barbara", produced on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Charles Laughton. Martin Beck Theatre (moved to The Morosco Theatre from 19 Nov 1956 to close): 30 Oct 1956-18 May 1957 (231 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Glynis Johns (as "Barbara Undershaft"), Charles Laughton (as "Andrew Undershaft, husband to Lady Britomart"), Cornelia Otis Skinner (as "Britomart Undershaft"), Eli Wallach (as "Bill Walker"), Colin Keith-Johnston, Nancy Malone, John Astin (as "Morrison, butler to Lady Britomart"), Walter Burke (as "Snobby Price"), Myra Carter, Frank Gero, Sally Gracie, Louise Latham, Richard Lupino, Patricia Ripley, Frederic Warriner (as "Stephen Undershaft"). Produced by Robert L. Joseph and The Producers Theatre.

(1956) Stage: Produced (w/Courtney Burr) "Speaking of Murder" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by Audrey Roos and William Roos. Directed by Delbert Mann. Royale Theatre: 19 Dec 1956-19 Jan 1957 (37 performances). Cast: Brook Byron, Brenda de Banzie, Virginia Gerry, Lorne Greene (as "Charles Ashton"), Robert Mandan (as "Mitchell"), Neva Patterson, Billy Quinn, Estelle Winwood (as "Mrs. Walworth").

(1960). Stage Play: God and Kate Murphy. Drama.

(1960). Stage Play: A Thurber Carnival. Revue. Written by James Thurber. Based on works by James Thurber. Featuring music by The Don Elliott Quartet. Directed by Burgess Meredith. ANTA Playhouse: 26 Feb 1960- 26 Nov 1960 (223 performances). Cast: Peggy Cass, Tom Ewell, Paul Ford, Alice Ghostley, John McGiver, Wynne Miller, Peter Turgeon, Charles Braswell [Broadway debut], The Don Elliott Quartet, Margo Lungreen. Produced by Michael Davis, Helen Bonfils and Haila Stoddard.

(1961). Stage Play: Midgie Purvis.

(1964). Stage Play: Blues for Mister Charlie. Written by James Baldwin. Production Design and Lighting Design by Feder. Directed by Burgess Meredith. ANTA Playhouse: 23 Apr 1964- 29 Aug 1964 (148 performances + 8 previews that began on 14 Apr 1964). Produced by The Actors Studio.

(1964). Stage Play: I Was Dancing. Written by Edwin O'Connor. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Stage Manager: May Muth. Directed by Garson Kanin. Lyceum Theatre: 8 Nov 1964- 21 Nov 1964 (16 performances + 5 previews that began on 3 Nov 1964). Cast: Orson Bean (as "Tom Considine"), David Doyle (as "Billy Ryan"), Barnard Hughes (as "Father Frank Feeley"), Pert Kelton (as "Delia Bresnahan"), Burgess Meredith (as "Daniel Considine"), Eli Mintz (as "Al Gottlieb"). Understudy: Richard Van Patton (as "Billy Ryan/Tom Considine"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.

(1967). Stage Play: Of Love Remembered

(1974). Stage Play: Ulysses in Nighttown.

(December 1, 1958) Guested on the late night television series "The Ben Hecht Show".

(5/8/49) Radio: Appeared (as "George") in a "Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast of "Of Mice and Men"

(April 11, 1962) Guested on the daytime television program "1 O'Clock Club" also guesting Rose Murphy and Slam Stewart.


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